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Rosie O'Donnell Calls Trump 'Mentally Unstable' (Photo)

| by Jonathan Constante

Celebrity Rosie O'Donnell took to Twitter to call President-elect Donald Trump "mentally unstable" and a "criminal."

With just a couple of weeks left before Trump takes office, O'Donnell took to Twitter to remind everyone how she feels about the president-elect.

"DONALD TRUMP IS MENTALLY UNSTABLE," the 54-year-old actress tweeted, KFMB reported. She included a link to a CNN interview in which Trump biographer Harry Hurt III said the president-elect kicked him out off Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida, because he wasn't happy with a book he wrote 23 years ago.

"LESS THAN 3 WEEKS TO STOP HIM AMERICA," O'Donnell continued.

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O'Donnell didn't stop there.

"TRUMP IS A CRIMINAL," she wrote in another tweet, providing a link to an MSNBC article that accused Trump of misleadingly taking credit for bringing thousands of jobs back to America and creating thousands more.

O'Donnell went on to call Trump "mentally ill," and the "world's worst human." She included another link to an article on BuzzFeed, which showcased an art project by a student who wrote quotes about women made by Trump on the bodies of several women.

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O'Donnell and Trump's dislike for one another has been public for some time now. The actress has previously called Trump "the worst representation of what the United States is or could be," Fox News reported.

During his presidential campaign, Trump was asked by moderator Megyn Kelly about his history of using derogatory language to insult women. Trump responded, "Only Rosie O'Donnell."

Sources: KFMB, Fox News, Rosie/Twitter / Photo credit: Life NewsRosie/Twitter

 

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